Monday, December 01, 2008

"U.S. War Maniacs' Attempt at Igniting War against DPRK under Fire"

Welcome to the insane asylum. I bet you didn't know that "U. S. war maniacs" are plotting to "unleash a new war, a nuclear war, on the Korean Peninsula."
The U.S. war maniacs are contemplating equipping its forces present in south Korea with latest war hardware. It is evidently dangerous arms buildup to unleash a new war, a nuclear war, on the Korean Peninsula, Minju Joson today observes this in a by-lined commentary.

It goes on:

What is noteworthy is that the U.S. is reinforcing its forces with main focus put on its navy and air force.

Clear is a sinister aim sought by the U.S. by replacing the structure of its armed forces centering on the ground force by the one centering on the navy and air force.

The U.S. war-like forces are greatly fearful that they may sustain retaliatory strike from the Korean People's Army in case they ignite a war of aggression against the DPRK. In other words, they scheme to let the south Korean puppet army engage in ground warfare and their forces play main roles in the sea and sky in fighting the war of aggression on the DPRK to be launched by them in a bid to minimize their casualties.

If the U.S. forces stationed in south Korea are reorganized as the forces centering on the navy and air force, the danger of the outbreak of the war will increase on the Korean Peninsula. The U.S. forces centering on the naval and air forces can mount a preemptive strike at the DPRK any moment. The combined landing drill of the south Korean marine corps and the U.S. marines and the taking off and landing exercise on runway for an emergency use staged recently within the framework of the Hoguk exercises are a clear proof of it.

Should the U.S. war-like forces ignite a war at any cost they will sustain more miserable defeat than what they suffered in the Korean war in the 50s of the last century, the commentary warned, saying that the U.S. had better stop dangerous arms buildup for provoking a war of aggression on the DPRK and pull its forces out of south Korea at once.
And then Korea can re-unify under the loving care of the Dear Leader.

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